Web services, APIs, structured data. These things are all the rage right now and with good reason. As more and more internet enabled devices start wanting to make use of the data in our websites we need to give them some way to interact with that data that isn’t point and click in a browser. Enter the Drupal 7 services module.
From parents starting to queue up at unbearably early hours during chilly winters to ridiculously hard interview processes to gain entry the top nursery schools in the country, everyone has their very own admission story. With each passing year, the standards seem to get tougher and the process more arduous for anxious parents and precocious students.
Think back to a typical day when you were at school. Specifically, think back to the first five minutes of every class – when our teachers pulled out a massive tome to mark attendance. A time consuming, clunky, and laborious process, it often became an excuse for particularly cheeky students to pull a fast one over a naive teacher by having them mark a missing student as present, or an opportunity to cut into teaching time by dragging the process out for as long as they could.
Many computer graduates get confused at time of choosing the field that can make a promising career. Many graduates select the options that are completely out of their field. One can learn and also develop the skills in other fields too, but it will be difficult and it will take more time than expected.
The demand for qualified project professionals around the world continues to be high and does not show a let up in the following years. This high demand is also motivating many project managers to pursue higher or continuous training as well as professional certification. When deciding for a mode of training, more people are now choosing self-paced online learning compared to traditional classroom training.
Sometimes, what you need is a single high-converting landing page to break the bank, and I’ll prove it:
Conversion Rate professionals generated $1 million for Moz with a single landing page, an attractive call to action, and a few emails.
But even if you do not make that amount, a very high converting landing page can be the cornerstone of a successful internet business. […]
Advertising is the heart & soul of a growing blog. It’s the advertising that pays for our hosting, domain & gives us an ample amount of reasons to continue blogging, either as a part-time hobby or as a full-time profession.
When it comes to managing ads on WordPress, one can easily do this using WordPress widgets or by editing the WordPress theme file. […]
Part of building a thriving online business is knowing what people are saying about your products or services. Maybe you have avid followers you didn’t know you had, or maybe there’s an unsatisfied customer somewhere yelling about how bad your product is.
The problem is that most businesses don’t have the time, resources, or knowledge needed to put a monitoring system in place. Most often, customer service associates are left with the task of damage control without knowing how they can prevent this kind of thing from happening again. […]
Marketing on Facebook is not the same anymore.
Unlike a few years back, when Facebook pages used to be completely free and one could rely on driving decent traffic from them, we can’t rely on driving a lot of organic traffic from Facebook pages.
This is why most bloggers have started taking the help of paid promotions on Facebook in order to have their articles reach their target audience. […]
One fine day you decide to start a blog, and you immediately get stuck on the most basic, yet most important questions:
Where should I go to start a blog?
Which blogging platform should I use?
These questions play a significant role for anyone who wishes to get started blogging. […]